Such approaches errantly and inexcusably afford Israel a monopoly on defining reality.
It had ceased to be the simple shock necessary to re-establish his composure, and had inexcusably become a pleasure in itself.
His nature, considering what a wife he has got, is inexcusably meek and patient.
The simplest demands of a truly scientific mind are slighted so inexcusably.
It would be inexcusably foolish on my part to speak too plainly, just yet.
The whole of the yards were redolent of dirt; and the people, each and all, inexcusably foul in person.
Did he want to make her feel how inexcusably she had forgotten what was due to herself?
What have I to hope for from you when you treat a stranger so inexcusably?
At the time I thought him inexcusably and brutally unkind to me.
She couldn't and wouldn't deny that Mr. Blackburn had been inexcusably rude to his wife at his own table.